Staying on an Icelandic farm is a great way to experience the rural lifestyle first-hand.

Whatever the time of year there is something exciting to experience – whether it’s the Northern Lights in winter or the changing colours and new-born animals of spring.

The Icelandic Farm Holidays Association was founded by farmers in 1980 and the travel agency by the same name is still owned by the farmers themselves. Icelandic Farm Holidays offers accommodation in guesthouses, country hotels, self-catering cottages and traditional farms all around Iceland, the whole year round. As an EarthCheck certified organisation, Icelandic Farm Holidays is committed to sustainable tourism.
Farming has an important role in taking care of the environment, and the vision for Icelandic Farm Holidays is to be at the forefront of environmentally friendly tourism outside the capital.

If you want to stay on a farm, then various options are available to you based on the Iceland Farm Holidays classification.

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